Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by TheCardFan, Jan 25, 2020.
Exactly, we would know even less about Juaun Jennings, Chase Claypool or Duverne.
I’ve seen plenty of Duvernay since I’m a Horns fan. I can tell you now he’s very very good! In fact I think he’s got more potential & upside than Kirk. Maybe if Kirk was the featured WR for the Cards they could be on the same level, but I saw Duvernay dominate & take over games for the Horns this season. And teams knew they were throwing to him & that stands out in my mind. He’s a speed burner & a track guy whom actually excels a football!!!
I'm not saying he isn't buddy. He looks good.
Just that we have a tall, big bodied WR coming back from injury that is more likely to be the answer than drafting a rookie as Butler has had a year with the playbook and a year in the building.
Lets see what he can do and use the pick on another need.
Not only physicality but his best trait was catching balls in traffic. He was an unbelievable hands catcher.
Key example at 1:20 —
Leaving the draft without Denzel Mims or Quartney Davis will be really depressing.
Remember we are not just thinking about 2020. If we were to grab Claypool or James and Butler blossoms it would be great depth and we could dictate matchups with two big receivers especially in the red zone. Larry is our biggest receiver and may not be here in 2021 or What if he’s injured?
That was so awesome seeing the playmakers from that team coming up big.
@DVontel Davis seems to have better footwork than Lamb
All true, but I don't think a round 3 guy like those mentioned is the answer to that question. We would more than likely just get a guy that's similar to what we have.
Unfortunately if they want a future WR1 they likely have to use the #8 or possibly the #40 if someone drops.
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